Anand's work has focused on international security, the politics and institutions of the European Union, and Brexit and its consequences. He is widely known as someone who can speak and write in simple and engaging terms about some of the most complex and contested issues of our time. He contributes regularly not only to national newspapers, but also to broadcast media, having appeared on a number of flagship programmes such as The Today Programme, Newsnight, Question Time
and the News Quiz. In his latest book, Brexit and British Politics. He argues that Brexit is the result of long-term trends that have been in motion for decades. He is currently writing another book on Britain after Brexit. He is currently Director of the UK in a Changing Europe -a think tank dedicated to providing high-quality, impartial research into the evolving relationship between the EU and Britain. He is also Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London.
Why Brexit happened
Making sense of the Brexit process
What’s going on in British politics?
The implications of Brexit in its broader geopolitical context
Trends in British politics
The Future of the EU
EU Foreign and SecurityPolicy
What are the key variables to watch?
Beyond political posturing, what can the both for the UK and the EU realistically expect from each other in the negotiations?
What are the repercussions for trade And regulation?
Who are the key political players?
Oxford & London